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I am a postgratuate in mathematics, currently associated with teaching . How can I teach through online? could u help me out with the suggestions...

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Asked by Dhanya Monday Oct 15th 2007 in Teaching
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Hi ,
Your solution is there please visit this link and get more info about the colleges , admissions, fees and more.
www.way2college.com/MBAPune.htm
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There are a few different ways to become an online teacher. If you're going for a position at a traditional college, you may have to become a regular member of the faculty first, teaching in-person classes. From there, you can work with your university to incorporate online learning into your classes or volunteer to teach some classes entirely online--the process depends on the college.

Some colleges may hire you as an online instructor first and foremost. The best place to look for these positions would probably be colleges that do most of their classwork online.
You'll need a postgrad degree to work with a traditional or online college--it sounds like you have one already.

Here are a few places to look for online teaching positions:

http://www.higheredjobs.com/adjunct/search.cfm?PosType=2&type=1&SortBy=2

http://chronicle.com/search/jobs/

http://www.educause.edu

http://www.adjunctnation.com/jobs/search/

Most of these don't cater only to online positions, so you'll have to do a search--either for online schools or traditional schools looking for online faculty.

If you've looked into teaching at colleges, you've probably realized that the job market is pretty tight in higher academics. If you want to get an online teaching job outside of a college, you may want to look into working for a nonprofit that does adult education. There's a demand now for GED and ESL programs that offer online instruction, because many adult students don't have the time or resources to attend traditional classes.

It's a bit more difficult to find job boards in this area, but try these sites:

http://teachers.net/mentors/adult/

http://www.idealist.org/en/career/morejobs.html

http://www.nonprofit-jobs.org/

The first one is a site geared toward adult educators, while the last two discuss nonprofit jobs in general--so you may have to dig around for what you're looking for.

Best of luck!

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